Lois has spent almost her entire career covering healthcare, the business of healthcare and related topics via journalism or public relations. She holds a master's degree in journalism and mass communication from Kent State University (media management) and is the recipient of the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award as well as other honors.
More builders and developers view conditions for multifamily condominium 55+ market as good rather than poor, according to a survey conducted in the third quarter by the National Association of Home Builders. Some indicators of market health, however, are falling.
Brookdale Senior Living executives shared the company’s efforts to improve move-ins, resident satisfaction and employee retention when they appeared Wednesday at the 2019 Nashville Investment Conference. Here are five takeaways from remarks by the leader of the country’s largest senior living provider.
When it comes to acquisitions in senior living, the new Pennant Group is being ”very selective in a very, very frothy market,” President and CEO Danny Walker said Wednesday on the holding company’s first-ever earnings call.
Adults older than 62 in three states have higher average financial well-being scores than the average for their age group, and older adults in three states have scores that are lower than average, the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday in a newly released report.
Dec. 5 is deadline to comment on Labor Department’s proposed fluctuating workweek method of computing overtime … Citing eagerness from states, CMS announces plans to issue guidance on Medicaid block grants … Older adults with Alzheimer’s who take antipsychotics hospitalized more frequently
Trilogy Health Services has begun offering an expanded suite of education assistance benefits to help its employees manage the cost of higher education and alleviate their student debt, improving employee retention along the way.
The Department of Health and Human Services is opening an inquiry into a partnership between Ascension and Google to “seek to learn more information about this mass collection of individuals’ medical records to ensure that HIPAA protections were fully implemented,” the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.